English version

blindly

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishblindlyblind‧ly /ˈblaɪndli/ adverb  1 THINK ABOUTnot thinking about something or trying to understand it Don’t just blindly accept what you are told.2 SEEnot seeing or noticing what is around you, especially because you are upset ‘I don’t know, ’ she repeated as she stared blindly down into her glass. I ran blindly upstairs.
Examples from the Corpus
blindlyHe was delivering money and weapons but would not support the operation blindly.It wasn't in his nature to follow blindly.A University is not some great machine which trundles on its way, going blindly about its purposes.Throughout the passage, Ahab stands on the deck as if transfixed, staring blindly ahead into the wind and sleet.He was found wandering blindly in the woods.Often they were forced to leap blindly into ravines five or ten feet deep.She wondered how many other such eagles she had blindly passed.I'm not one of these people who blindly trust authority.Maybe that was the basic problem, she told herself wearily as she now stared blindly up at the ceiling.stared blindlySinking down into the seat, she stared blindly through the windscreen, her thoughts on her distant family.Maybe that was the basic problem, she told herself wearily as she now stared blindly up at the ceiling.
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